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Archive: December 9, 2013

PHOTO: Former Mississippi State Supreme Court Justice Oliver Diaz says watching the documentary

MADISON, Wis. - Most people have huge misconceptions about the famous McDonald's "hot coffee" case, according to attorney and former Mississippi Supreme Court Justice Oliver Diaz. On Dec. 6, Diaz, who figures prominently in a movie about the case, "Hot Coffee," was in Milwaukee, talking to other law ...Read More

PHOTO: The wardrobes of Washington teachers and education support workers will include more blue today (Mon.) as a show of support for

SEATTLE - Today is a National Day of Action for teachers' unions and community groups, called "Reclaim the Promise of Public Education." The premise is that students from different ethnic and income backgrounds will not have equal opportunities to learn as long as public school funding, staff and su ...Read More

PHOTO: Visitors flock to the Ozark National Scenic Riverways to take in the beauty and enjoy water sports, and now Missourians can have a hand in shaping the future of the area. Photo courtesy  Sierra Club Missouri Chapter.

ST. LOUIS - It's an opportunity that won't come around again for a couple of decades, which is why Missourians are being urged to make their views known on the future of one of the state's natural and economic treasures. According to John Hickey, director of the Missouri chapter of the Sierra Club, ...Read More

PHOTO: The Obama Administration's claims that healthcare.gov is working much better seems to be consistent with reports from the Utah Health Policy Project. Photo courtesy of U-S Government.

SALT LAKE CITY - The Obama administration's claims that healthcare.gov is working much better seem to be consistent with reports from the Utah Health Policy Project. Jason Stevenson, communications director with the policy project, said people are having a much better experience purchasing health in ...Read More

PHOTO: Dan Neal, executive director of the Equality State Policy Center, says Healthcare.gov is secure and one option for Wyomingites shopping for health coverage. Photo courtesy ESPC.

CASPER, Wyo. - Amid all the debate about the Affordable Care Act (ACA), another angle has arisen. Wyoming Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis, a Republican, has called for the Healthcare.gov site to be taken down because of security concerns that private company experts raised during a House committee hear ...Read More

PHOTO:  The grassroots citizens group, Kentuckians For The Commonwealth, has sent an open letter to Governor Steve Beshear saying building a bright future in the mountains of eastern Kentucky can hapen, but it won't be easy.  Photo courtesy KFTC.<br /><br />.

PIKEVILLE, Ky. - A letter from a grassroots citizens group has reached the office of Governor Steve Beshear, with a simple message: The mountain region of the state can have a bright future, but achieving that goal "won't be easy." The letter was written by two members of Kentuckians For The Common ...Read More

ILLUSTRATION: Teachers, parents, and even some school officials will be wearing blue Monday to symbolize what they see as a sad situation in New York's public schools. It's part of a national

ALBANY, N.Y. - Today is a nationwide "Day of Action" around issues plaguing public education. Teachers, parents, union leaders and even some school superintendents and board members in New York are expected to sport blue clothing to show their concern for what they see as an overemphasis on testing, ...Read More

PHOTO: Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs this holiday season will not be tolerated, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol. Photo courtesy of Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.

CARSON CITY, Nev. - Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs this holiday season will not be tolerated, the Nevada Highway Patrol has stated. "National Impaired Driving Prevention Month" is here, and trooper Dan Lopez with the Highway Patrol said the focus is centered on urging people to not ...Read More

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